"Not just weird, powerfully weird".
That was the best quote I've heard to
describe the Baja Turbo when it
launched last year. I'm still waiting
on mine to arrive from the factory,
but I have driven each version of the
Baja made since it's intro in '03.
For those of us who need a small
truck, but not a buckboard-riding,
fuel sucking steel can, there's now a
wagon-based wannabeatruck that handles
real-life in the best of fashions.
Love the new STANDARD in-dash 6-disc
CD changer. The midgate-style pass-
through provides adequate access to
the bed for long items. Fabulous
seats and dash layout.
Split folding rear seat, rework
midgate to allow full lowering of
center section. Add cargo hooks to
top sections of bed.
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